And Obamacare has not provided affordable care. I'm happy to have a conversation, but if we're just yelling back and forth at each other, we can't have that.>> Remember what I said at the outset of this, let one person speak. Go.>> There are 600,000 veterans that are on Medicaid.
And if the repeal of healthcare goes through, they lose that coverage, potentially. In the long run, Medicaid will be decreasingly funded. When my generation of Baby Boomers grows and needs more money to go into Medicaid, it will not be there.>> What I had been working around the clock on in the Senate is pressing two things.
Number one, I think it's critical for Republicans to honor our promise to repeal Obamacare. But secondly, sir, I'm trying to respond. Secondly, in addition to repealing it I think the central focus, and this is where you and I are actually going to agree and it may surprise you.
I think the central focus has to be on reducing premiums. On making health insurance more affordable.